The Journey of the Strangers By Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, Abu Bakr al-Ajurr
Author: Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, Abu Bakr al-Ajurr
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2009
About This Book:
"The Journey of the Strangers" by Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali and Abu Bakr al-Ajurr is an enormously informational and profoundly compensating novel. These prominent scholastics dive profoundly into the idea of being among the "Outsiders" (Ghuraba) in Islam in this ageless work. They present perusers with a total manual for figuring out the importance, qualities, and characteristics of the people who live as outsiders in a world that may not necessarily in every case compare with their confidence, because of meticulous grants and a profound comprehension of Islamic lessons.
The Benefits of Being a Stranger
This section acquaints perusers with the advantages of having a place with the "Outsiders" in Islam. It dives into the idea of Ghuraba and the specific status given to people who are steadfast and strong in their convictions.
The Strangers' Characteristics
Explore the characteristics and qualities that recognize the Outsiders in Islam. The journalists purposefully detail these qualities, providing perusers with an extensive handle on being a given and versatile Muslim in the present climate.
The Relationship of Strangers to the Quran and Sunnah
The Outsiders' huge relationship to the Quran and Sunnah (customs of the Prophet Muhammad, harmony arrive) is talked about in this part. It accentuates the meaning of looking for direction and harmony from these otherworldly sources.
Spiritual Resilience of Strangers
Explore the Outsiders' otherworldly relentlessness and enduring commitment to their confidence even with misfortune and cultural obstructions.